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Bear Grylls Talks Survival Tips, Barbecued Rat and Celeb Guests on 'Man vs. Wild' - VIDEO

by Maggie Furlong, posted Jan 5th 2010 1:00PM
Bear GryllsThe audience for Discovery Channel's 'Man vs. Wild' extends far beyond adventurers and thrill-seekers. Men like to watch host Bear Grylls squeeze "potable" liquid out of elephant dung, and women ... well, most women could watch Bear Grylls to just about anything.

Returning with a brand new batch of episodes (Wed., Jan. 6, 9PM ET) -- including an urban survival adventure -- one of the latest treks made the ex-British SAS soldier feel "like a kid in a candy store." Of course, in Bear's world, that often includes barbecued rat. (Culinary sidenote: He insists rat brain does not taste like chicken.)

AOL TV got Bear to reminisce a bit about the 50 episodes he's survived, laugh about why he looks so much older on TV, quote Winston Churchill when talking about his most important tip for survival and plea to get a big name Hollywood actress to come along on an adventure with him. Cameron Diaz, are you watching?Bear GryllsThe audience for Discovery Channel's 'Man vs. Wild' extends far beyond adventurers and thrill-seekers. Men like to watch host Bear Grylls squeeze "potable" liquid out of elephant dung, and women ... well, most women could watch Bear Grylls to just about anything.

Returning with a brand new batch of episodes (Wed., Jan. 6, 9PM ET) -- including an urban survival adventure -- one of the latest treks made the ex-British SAS soldier feel "like a kid in a candy store." Of course, in Bear's world, that often includes barbecued rat. (Culinary sidenote: He insists rat brain does not taste like chicken.)

AOL TV got Bear to reminisce a bit about the 50 episodes he's survived, laugh about why he looks so much older on TV, quote Winston Churchill when talking about his most important tip for survival and plea to get a big name Hollywood actress to come along on an adventure with him. Cameron Diaz, are you watching?

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